Bank Profit Reaches Rp 8.3 Trillion, Up 16%

PT Bank Mandiri Tbk recorded a net profit of Rp 8.3 trillion in the first half of 2013. This profit rose by 16% from the previous period in 2012.

Bank Mandiri president director Budi G Sadikin explain the increase in net income was driven by the acquisition of translucent increase in operating income of Rp 22.9 trillion, up 17.8% from the previous period in 2013.

“The increase in operating income by 17.8% to Rp 22.9 trillion. Was contributed premium income and net interest, fee-based income.’s Net profit of Rp 8.3 trillion was also supported by the company’s ability to control operating costs at group and subsidiary,” said Budi in the event of public exposure to second-quarter financial report 2013 Plaza Mandiri Bank Mandiri in Jakarta, Monday (07/29/2013).

The bank also recorded credit growth of 22.3% to Rp 428.7 trillion in the second quarter of 2013. That supports the achievement of the Bank’s total assets increased to Rp 672.2 trillion, up 17.6% over the same period last year. Meanwhile, the quality of earning assets also remain well preserved, which looks at the ratio of non-performing loans (NPL) of 0.55% net.

“We are thankful in the midst of intense competition and slowing economic growth, the Bank can continue to show loan growth above market growth. This is one of our commitments to improve access to finance productive country to prosper,” he explained.

The increase in lending occurred in all business segments. The highest growth occurred in the micro segment grew 58.1% to reach Rp 23.9 trillion in the first semester of 2013.

Meanwhile, the credit is channeled to the segment of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) recorded a growth of 26.5% to Rp 60.2 trillion.

The bank also helped channel special financing with government guarantee scheme, namely by channeling People’s Business Credit (KUR). Total limit KUR has been disbursed by Bank Mandiri to June 2013 reached Rp 12.2 trillion, which is distributed to more than 237.6 thousand customers.

“Public confidence to Bank Mandiri also higher, as indicated by the increase in third-party funds to Rp 502.4 trillion in June 2013 from Rp 418.2 trillion in June 2012. Saving community continues to grow to Rp 206.6 trillion, up 19 1% over the same period last year, “he added.

PTPN X to Issue Bonds Rp 700 Billion, Supports Business Expansion

Expected this year, PT Nusantara Plantation X (Persero) to issue bonds worth Rp 700 billion. Proceeds from the bond issue will be used to support the company’s expansion.

Preparation of the bond issue amid accelerated. “Using fiscal year 2012 financial statements, we expect bond issuance could take place the first half of this year,” said Finance Director PTPN X Dolly P. Pulungan in Surabaya, on Tuesday (04/09/2013).

The move has also been sanctioned mentioned the Ministry of SOEs. Later, PT Bahana Securities and PT AAA Securities to be implementing the underwriters in the issuance of these bonds.

“We get ratingA + Rating Agency of PT Indonesia (Pefindo.) This illustrates a stable outlook and the company’s performance continues to increase, so we’ll coupon bonds attractive to investors,” said Dolly P Pulungan.

The bond proceeds will be used for working capital replacement refinancing of banks with interest rates that are high enough to sustain the business three sugar mills (PG) in South Sulawesi, which Takalar PG, PG Bone, and PG Caming.

Three sugar mills, said Dolly P Pulungan, now managed by PTPN X corresponding duty of the Ministry of SOEs. With the proceeds of the bonds, the company could obtain cheaper funding costs than bank credit that has been used by the three PG.

“In the future we will be racing performance by improving the farming sector (on-farm) and processing (off-farm), especially with mechanized approach for optimal results,” added Dolly P Pulungan.

Three sugar factories in South Sulawesi, continued Dolly P Pulungan, has been working on a land area of ​​11,000 hectares. In the future, will be developed into 15,000 acres along the expansion.

PTPN X will apply best agricultural practices by providing superior varieties, cultivation methods are effective, and that grade plant processing systems by optimizing engine performance.

Dolly P Pulungan added, in addition to the three PG in South Sulawesi, the bond proceeds will also be devoted to boost the performance of eleven sugar factories owned by the company’s in East Java.

“We are targeting production of 538,000 tons of sugar this year, up from last year’s 494,000 tonnes. We are the market leader in national sugar industry since 2006 and until now has not been deterred,” he said.

Currently, PTPN X has 11 sugar mills in various cities in East Java, three tobacco plantations in Jember (East Java) and Klaten (Central Java), a subsidiary of the production of plastics, a subsidiary of the field of health care services, and investments in manufacturers edamame export oriented. In addition, the company was also tasked by the Ministry of SOEs to manage three PG in South Sulawesi who previously managed another state.

In addition to proceeds from the issuance of bonds, it also set up internal cash to sustain performance improvement. “We will improve the quality of the sugar with the purchase of five tools smoothing juice worth USD 25 billion, which is used to smooth juice with the ultimate goal of improving the efficiency of purification. If the quality of the sugar increases, automatic selling price of the auction will be increased. This is consequential to increase revenue,” he explained.

In 2012, PTPN X posted a pretax profit of Rp 506 billion, an increase of 140 percent compared to the achievements of 2011 amounting to Rp 210 billion.

Profit Bank Danamon Thin down 1% to Rp 1.99 Trillion

PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk recorded a net loss of 1% of Rp 2 trillion in June 2012 to Rp 1.99 trillion in June 2013. The decline in earnings due to slowing auto loan company through its subsidiary Adira Finance.

Danamon recorded credit growth of 12%, to Rp 124 trillion in the first half of 2013 compared to Rp 110 trillion in the same period in the previous year. Non-automotive loans, including micro, small and medium enterprises as well as loans to commercial and corporate segments grew by 18%.

Meanwhile, auto loans through Adira Finance, which is 37% of the Bank’s total loans grew by 3% by the end of June 2013 compared to the same period last year.

This is in line with the automotive industry is still in the adjustment phase after the issuance of the rules down payment. While net interest income or net interest income grew by 6% to Rp 6.7 trillion in the first half of this year and non-interest income or fee income grew by 9% to Rp 2.4 trillion.

“Inflation is the main theme in the second quarter of 2013, primarily due to higher fuel oil by mid-June of 2013. Nevertheless, in the first half of this year, a conducive business environment to remain relatively intact. Therefore, we can record a positive performance in the first six months of this year, “said Danamon President Director Henry Ho in a press release on Friday (19/07/2013).

Danamon micro loans through Danamon Savings and Loans (DSP) recorded a growth of 10% to Rp19, 8 trillion in the first half of 2013 compared to the same period last year.

Meanwhile, loans to small and medium business segment (SMEs), rose by 25% to Rp 17.2 trillion. Credit to the commercial segment, grew by 25% in first-half 2013 compared to last year to Rp 11.2 trillion.

Credit for the corporate segment grew by 21% to Rp 13.1 trillion and trade finance business grew by 27% to Rp 8.4 trillion. Danamon Syariah loans grew 38% over last year to Rp 1.4 trillion.

In the first half of 2013, the auto loans through Adira Finance grew by 3% over the first half of 2012 to Rp 46 trillion.

“The automotive sector, especially the two-wheeler industry is still in the stage of adjustment for the impact of the rule down payment,” said Chief Executive Officer and Director of Danamon Vera Eve Lim.

Danamon’s loan growth in the first six months of 2013 coupled with asset quality is maintained. NPL (Non Performing Loans / NPLs) are at 2.4% at the end of the first half of 2013.

Taiwan Will Build Industrial Zone in Jakarta

Some Taiwanese companies will build industrial park in Jakarta, Indonesia. The industrial zone will be the foundation for a number of Taiwanese companies to enter the Indonesian market.
On Saturday, July 27, 2013, China Steel Structur Co.. who is based in Kaohsiung has signed an agreement with Universal Acquire Advantage Land Development (AUA) to work together in developing and building industrial zones in the capital of Taiwan.
Industrial zone is planned to be developed on an area of ​​216 hectares and is expected to attract 120 companies with an annual production value of U.S. $ 30 billion. Government of Indonesia, according to Focus Taiwan, has given tariff reduction for industrial machinery sector, textiles, and agricultural production equipment.
AUA Chairman Hsu Chuan-jen said industrial zone is expected to develop into a row of Taiwan factory, so the language barrier is not compromised. Asian Development Outlook 2013 published Asian Development Bank (ADB) said Indonesia’s economic growth will increase to 6.4 percent this year. The increase was supported by strong domestic consumption and investment increased performance.

Jump 25%, BCA Bag Rp 2.9 Trillion Profit

PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA) bagged the first quarter 2013 net profit of Rp 2.9 trillion. That figure is up 25.5% from the previous year’s net profit of only Rp 2.3 trillion.

Rising corporate profits driven by operating income consists of net interest income and other operating income also rose 23% to Rp 7.7 trillion in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period of the previous year which only Rp 6.2 trillion.

BCA President Director John Setiaatmadja said, the increasing contribution of the loan portfolio to total earning assets and the low level of interest expense (cost of funds) has prompted an increase in net interest margin (NIM) by 66 basis points year on year to 5.9%.

“BCA recorded a satisfactory business performance supported by solid growth in lending activity,” he said in the first quarter performance report, 2013, at the Hotel Kempinski, Jakarta, Monday (04/29/2013).

Jahja mention, total loans amounted to Rp 265 trillion at the end of March 2013, up 26.7% over the same period the previous year which only Rp 209.2 trillion.

SMEs loans grew 30.2% yoy to Rp 105.7 trillion in March 2013. Consumer credit which is supported by the performance of loans (mortgages) and the Motor Vehicle Credit (KKB) rose 34.4% yoy to Rp 71.7 trillion in March 2013.

Mortgages rose 43.1% yoy or Rp 13.2 trillion or Rp 13.2 trillion to Rp 43.7 trillion. KKB grew 21.4% yoy to Rp 21.7 trillion in March 2013, compared to the previous year’s position that only Rp 17.9 billion.

Meanwhile, corporate loans grew 17.2% yoy to Rp 87.6 trillion at the end of March 2013 supported by high demand in the transportation and logistics segment, power generation as well as distributors, retailers and department stores.

Telkomsel Gets Profit Rp 15.7 trillion and 125 Million Subscribers

Mobile operator Telkomsel recorded a net profit of Rp 15.7 trillion in 2012, growing 22% over the previous year with the growth of 17% to 125 million.

It is delivered in the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) held recently at the Head Office and attended by the Board of Commissioners Telkomsel Telkomsel.

Noted, all aspects of double-digit growth and exceeded the average Indonesian telecommunications industry, with revenue growth of 12% to Rp 54.5 trillion, including EBITDA in 2012 were also increased to Rp 30.6 trillion, or 11%.

Telkomsel continued positive growth is believed to be a strong foundation to face competition in the telecommunications industry in 2013, is getting tougher by doing a variety of groundbreaking products and services.

“The high confidence to Telkomsel subscribers increasingly cemented as a market leader by the number of subscribers reached 125 million and a 55% market share of the three largest mobile operators in Indonesia,” said Original Brahmin, Corporate Secretary of Telkomsel, Tuesday (04/16/2013).

With 125 million subscribers, Telkomsel is arguably the operator by the number of customers in the world’s sixth largest.

Subsidiary of Telkom also conduct a variety of innovations beyond telco and mobile services and digital data-based businesses, such as by supporting less cash society such as T-Cash and creative industries such as mobile applications and Value Added Services (VAS) other.

Throughout the 2012 SingTel has deployed more than 11,675 3G base stations to fulfill the number of Vodacom 3G base stations to 15 thousand units. Vodacom currently has a total of approximately 54 297 base stations throughout Indonesia.

“Telkomsel has consistently implementing technology roadmap of 3G, HSDPA, HSPA +, as well as being the first operator in Indonesia which successfully tested the service Long Term Evolution (LTE),” First said.

Telkomsel will trust the quality of service has received recognition both nationally and internationally with a number of awards to more than 100 within a period of 18 years serving Indonesia.

Down 9%, Astra International Record Profit Rp 8, 8 Trillion

PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) posted a drop in first half net profits in 2013 by 9 percent to Rp 8, 8 trillion, compared with the previous acquisition in 2012 of Rp 9, 7 trillion. Net income per share decreased by 9 percent to Rp218 per share.

The decline in profit was also followed by the acquisition of net revenues during the first half of 2013, down slightly by 2 per cent to Rp94, 3 trillion over the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp95, 9 trillion.

“Although the outlook remains positive domestic demand, increased competition in the automobile market, rising labor costs and declining commodity prices expected to affect the performance of the business in the second half of this year,” said President Director of Astra International Prijono Sugiarto in a written statement on Tuesday (30 / 7/2013).

The company contributed revenue of the company’s business lines, one of which is the automotive division net profit declined by 10 percent to Rp 4, 4 trillion, consisting of R1, 9 billion from the Company and its subsidiaries, as well as Rp2, 5 trillion from associated companies and jointly controlled entities in the automotive field.

Throughout the first half of 2013, demand for motor vehicles remains high, supported by rising incomes and loan interest rates are still affordable. However, increased competition due to increased domestic production capacity and the high cost of labor has led to decrease in net income contribution from the automotive segment.

Regulatory minimum down payment on auto financing imposed sharia financing for companies since January 1, 2013 and the bank on 1 April 2013, had little impact on the first half performance of the Company.

“While it is still too early to estimate the impact of rising fuel prices that occurred in late June, the automotive sales,” he explained.

Bukopin Shutter 20% Profit Growth This Year

PT Bank Bukopin target net profit growth of 20% by the end of 2013. Last year, Bukopin profit of Rp 834.7 billion.

With growth of 20%, then the expected profit to Rp 1 trillion. To sustain these targets, Bukopin will perform additional service network and launch new products for the SME business segment, commercial and consumer.

The strategy is targeted to encourage the growth of interest and non-interest income in the range of 20%. The Company is also targeting growth in Third Party Funds (TPF) by 20% and credit growth of 15%.

“Bukopin will add network services in some cities, such as branch office, branch office or cash office,” said President Director of Bank Bukopin Glen Glenardi in a press release on Monday (04/08/2013).

Bukopin currently has 420 service points or outlets consisting of 36 branch offices, 107 branch offices, 136 cash offices, 87 micro offices, 42 payment points and 8 retrieval service (pick-up service). The outlets spread across 22 of the total 33 provinces in Indonesia.

Bukopin service network is also supported by online bank payment point (PPOB / point on-line banking services) 15,000 spread across urban and rural areas. This service is supported by information technology networks and real time on-line.

“For SMEs and micro segments, Bukopin will gradually increase one step process for channeling loans, which is still dominated by the two-step distribution pattern channeling,” added Glen.

Bukopin will also increase capacity and other non-interest income as Swamitra Program, Remittance, Trade Finance, Loan Syndication and Bank Guarantee. Promo savings program with prizes such as cars, motorcycles and gadgets as well as deposit program with a variety of advantages such as cost-free and can be withdrawn penalty whenever the main attraction of the products issued by private banks which had stood since 1970.

“With the addition of service point and the consumer base, Bukopin will continue to improve the performance in 2013. Earnings growth target of 20%, a credit of 15% and amounted to 19.92% asset growth will be achieved in 2013, “said Glen.

Home Healthcare Market is Expected to Reach USD 305.9 Billion by 2018 : Transparency Market Research

The total home healthcare market in the Americas is expected to reach the value of USD 150.8 billion by 2018 followed by Europe with total revenue of USD 80.5 billion.

The rising need to continuously monitor and care for health has increased the global expenditure on healthcare services and products.

The trend is also gradually pushing people towards home healthcare products and services, due to their cost efficiency and reliability. This, in turn, is driving the growth of the global home healthcare products and services market.

The technological and application developments that have taken place in the home healthcare segment have made them more reliable and globally acceptable. It has also made it feasible for hospitals and patients to get early discharge, and minimize the cost and infrastructure pressures. The growth in certain diseases or medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, and other cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, which require continuous monitoring and care, are further driving the home healthcare market growth.

Though the global share of the home healthcare equipment market is considerably less, it is growing at a faster CAGR of 9.9% from 2012 to 2018 due to rising technological innovations, especially in the field of home therapeutic equipment. The home healthcare services market, despite its large share, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.4% from 2012 to 2018. The main deterrent, restricting the entry of organized players in this segment is dominance of a large number of small regional players, who are offering their services at low prices, and enjoy high customer loyalty. This has in turn, shifted the attention of big players towards the home healthcare equipment market.

The global home healthcare equipment market can be categorized as: therapeutic equipment market, self-diagnostic and monitoring equipment market, mobility assists equipment market, and others. Currently, the key market players dominating the home healthcare equipment market are: J&J (Johnson and Johnson), Braun, GE Healthcare, Baxter International, Philips Healthcare, Omron Corporation, Invacare, and Medtronic.

The global market for home healthcare services is classified into respiratory therapy, telemetry, rehabilitation services, infusion therapy, and other unskilled home healthcare services. The unskilled healthcare services are provided by individuals such as family members, unlicensed or traditional caretakers, relatives, and friends. The market for home healthcare services is highly organized in regions such as the Americas and Europe, where it is very efficient. A large share, 79.9%, of the global home healthcare services market is dominated by rehabilitation and unskilled care services. However, the segment is believed to be extremely fragmented, and dominated by small and unorganized players.

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performance of home healthcare equipment and services in a global scenario. The research provides in-depth analysis of home healthcare equipment manufacturers, product sales, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major application segments of the global home healthcare market and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered.

Metland Rp 40 Billion Dividend

PT Metropolitan Land Tbk (MTLA) will distribute profits or dividends to shareholders amounting to Rp 40.47 billion or USD 5.37 per share. The amount of dividends equal to 20% of the company’s net profit of Rp 203.69 billion in 2012 to 7.57 billion stockholders.

Director Metland Nanda Widya said dividend decision has been approved in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held by the company at the Hotel Mulia, Jakarta, Thursday (16/05/2013).

“The dividends will be distributed on July 5, 2013,” he said.

In addition, the shareholders also approved a net profit in 2012 was allocated to the reserve fund of Rp 2 billion company to a business development company. While the remainder recorded as retained earnings to increase working capital.

The Company recorded income of $ 678.729 billion in 2012, up 25.3% compared to 2011 revenue of Rp 541.781 billion. While the value of the company’s assets in 2012 grew 16.5% to Rp 2.016 trillion from Rp 1.73 trillion.